Despite some European efforts to get the stalled talks in Vienna restarted, chances of resuming the talks remain low due to never-ending political bickering in the United States.
The Islamic Republic of Iran is progressing with full speed in all spheres especially in the scientific, nuclear and Nano technologies and the knowledge-based companies are playing a great role in such achievements especially in the nuclear and Nano fields.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei met on Tuesday afternoon with a number of high-ranking government officials at Imam Khomeini’s Hussainiya.
Iran’s acting ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) says a successful conclusion of the Vienna talks is possible if the United States and the other signatories to the 2015 Iran deal take the necessary political decisions.
The current government in the Islamic Republic of Iran unlike the former government is determined to use all domestic capacities to propel the national economy towards success and growth and now that the Vienna talks seem to end successfully, it will be the best time for the government to accelerate its foreign trade and oil production.
Iran has proposed that the U.S. Congress makes a “political statement” of its commitment to a nuclear accord with Tehran as talks in Vienna to revive the deal reach a critical juncture.
As the Western countries have started countdown for ending talks with the Islamic Republic of Iran in Vienna in order to increase pressure on Tehran and force it to make a hasty decision, Iran has shown the world that it is in no hurry and it is not ready to sacrifice its demands because of the U.S. and Western countries’ pressure.
When in 2016 Republican candidate Donald Trump stunned his Democrat rival Hillary Clinton in the U.S. presidential race, no American ever thought that it would lead to a chasm among the U.S. politicians and even among the nation and this revealed itself during the 2020 presidential election after Joe Biden defeated Trump in a controversial ever presidential race in the history of the U.S. and ever since the chasm among the Democratic and Republican politicians and even people has deepened and it has left the U.S. administration in limbo for making decision on any issue.
Iran has assessed the situation in Vienna as “forward-moving” and “positive” but it said the ball is in U.S.’s court in terms of reviving the 2015 nuclear deal.
Senator Chris Murphy, Democrat of Connecticut, on Sunday described Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal as one of the “most dangerous” blunders of the United States over the last 50 years.